Cottonseed Meal (6 Lb Box) - F023

Cottonseed Meal (6 Lb Box)
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Perfect for All Acid-Loving Plants

Cottonseed Meal is an excellent all purpose fertilizer for plants that need a low pH such as azaleas, rhododendrons, potatoes, and roses. A high quality plant source of Nitrogen, apply our Cottonseed Meal in early Spring to promote vegetative growth.

  • Reputed to be a good choice for roses, azaleas, rhododendrons and blueberries
  • 6.0% N - 2.0% P - 1.0% K
  • Use at 6 lb/100 sq ft, apply 2-3 lbs as a top dress 1-2 times throughout the growing season
  • For trees and shrubs use 1 lb per 1 inch of trunk diameter and spread around the base outwards to the dripline.

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